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Should common eye health issues link to a topic, or is that a hot potato?  [[User:Dlskidmore|Dlskidmore]] ([[User talk:Dlskidmore|talk]]) 20:32, 18 May 2020 (UTC)
 
Should common eye health issues link to a topic, or is that a hot potato?  [[User:Dlskidmore|Dlskidmore]] ([[User talk:Dlskidmore|talk]]) 20:32, 18 May 2020 (UTC)
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:Like cataracts, and retinal detachment for instance? The idea behind articles like that will be we can write in extensive detail about the conditions, and the risk factors behind them (we can say myopia is a risk factor), but we can't directly state Endmyopia --> cure for condition. (because it isn't)
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:By topic, do you mean category? Or perhaps what Portals have on Wikipedia? Like, a page that puts a whole bunch of wikilinks in one place. (search them) -[[User:NottNott|<span style="color:#2ca243">NottNott</span>]] ([[User talk:NottNott|talk]]) 20:38, 18 May 2020 (UTC)

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Should common eye health issues link to a topic, or is that a hot potato? Dlskidmore (talk) 20:32, 18 May 2020 (UTC)

Like cataracts, and retinal detachment for instance? The idea behind articles like that will be we can write in extensive detail about the conditions, and the risk factors behind them (we can say myopia is a risk factor), but we can't directly state Endmyopia --> cure for condition. (because it isn't)
By topic, do you mean category? Or perhaps what Portals have on Wikipedia? Like, a page that puts a whole bunch of wikilinks in one place. (search them) -NottNott (talk) 20:38, 18 May 2020 (UTC)